Jesse Riedl, a PhD student at CNRS/Sorbonne University has recently presented his thesis work in “Ma thése en 180 sec” competition. Jesse is working on synthesizing novel ionic-liquid based ferrofluids within the project. You can see his presentation (in French) at the 40th minute here
A collaboration between CEA and CNRS has resulted in a publication in Nanoscale advances titled: Magnetically enhancing the Seebeck coefficient in ferrolfuids See here for full article
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HESSO publish video - Discover the MAGENTA project that will offer novel liquid thermoelectric materials that are versatile, cost-effective and non-toxic to assist the economically and environmentally sustainable energy transition in Europe.
MAGENTA to take part and co-sponsor in the Conference on Modern Concepts and New Materials for Thermo-Electricity. This is an advanced 5-days conference with 5-6 tutorial lectures given by the experts in the field: interested candidates may wish to learn that online application will be enabled at a later stage. The purpose of this Conference is [...]
We invite applications from recent PhD’s and experienced engineers with electrochemistry or physical chemistry background to investigate various aspects of thermo-electrochemical (liquid) cell development. The position is part of a European research project MAGENTA to develop novel thermo-electrochemical technology based on ionic-liquid based ferrofluids* for waste-heat recovery applications. Please see article here
ICMF (15th edition) will take place at Sorbonne University in Paris, July 8-12, 2019, co-chaired by Professor Régine Perzynski (MAGENTA partner CNRS). Several members of MAGENTA will be there to present our latest results from the project. http://premc.org/conferences/icmf-magnetic-fluids
MAGENTA (CEA) will be at the Fête de la Science organized by Ile de Science-Paris Saclay on October 12-13-14, 2018. (www.iledescience.org/fete_de_la_science.html) Come and enjoy fun experiments on ‘thermoelectricty,’ ‘ferrofluids,’ ‘magnetism’ and much more. A detailed program of the event will be available in due time on the Ile de Science website.